If your Irish-Catholic ancestors lived in the Philadelphia area during the mid-19th century, you may be very grateful for a resource disclosed by Kyle Betit and Claire Santry!
“Bishop’s Bank” opened in May 1848, and its three ledgers and 2000+ pages are now available online at Villanova University’s Digital Library.
About a year ago I posted about The Irish at Home and Abroad journals, published quarterly from 1993-1999 by Dwight Radford and Kyle Betit.
The Irish at Home and Abroad was a journal of Irish genealogy and heritage, published quarterly from 1993-1999.
During the (top-notch) Celtic Connections Conference last week, one of Kyle Betit’s presentations (also excellent) covered the topic of “Landed Estate Papers.”
I was surprised and pleased to see among his Powerpoint slides an image of my own blog post about IGSI’s estate indexes.